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Old October 6th, 2011, 07:31 AM   #121
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Auckland's new electric train fleet was launched today - more renders and info HERE

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Old October 6th, 2011, 07:33 AM   #122
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Damn, that is a beautiful train. Nice to see CAF win, just as I hoped it would.
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Damn, that is a beautiful train. Nice to see CAF win, just as I hoped it would.
+ 1 ... it does help to pray A shame that we have to wait another two years but at least we know that the deal is signed and sealed
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The electrification of Auckland's train network is progressing well. These pics were taken at Swanson train Station, theres a quaint little cafe there and well worth the trip for breakfast.

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Auckland’s Bus operators sign up for HOP hardware

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In a further significant development for Auckland’s public transport system, five major bus operators, have signed an agreement for the supply of hardware to enable the HOP card to be used on their services. The companies involved in the agreement with existing equipment supplier Parkeon are: Ritchie’s Transport, Urban Express, Bayes Coachlines, Howick and Eastern and Birkenhead Transport. They join NZ Bus which already has ‘tag on/tag off’ devices installed on its fleet.

The delivery of equipment will commence from mid next year, in time for the final phase of HOP which includes trains, ferries and all bus operators, being rolled out. A spokesman for the group, Andrew Ritchie says, “Parkeon has been chosen as our hardware supplier for a number of reasons, including their previous track record in Auckland, specialist understanding of the bus market, and competitive annual operating costs. “Ritchie’s, Urban Express, Bayes, Howick and Eastern and Birkenhead Transport have come together to choose a single supplier to our businesses with an effective hardware solution.

Owen Griffith, Managing Director of Parkeon Transit Limited says, “We are very pleased to sign this contract as we have had a long involvement with bus operations in Auckland of over 20 years with our Wayfarer 3 and TGX150 technologies and are delighted to see the latest generation of Parkeon products being selected for this prestigious project". Auckland Transport’s Programme Director of the Auckland Integrated Fares System, Greg Ellis says, “The first phase of HOP was rolled out very successfully in May this year onto NZ Bus services. Uptake of the HOP card has been extremely high already with 85,000 Go Rider users swapping to HOP so far.

“Starting next month Auckland Transport will be undertaking an extended field trial of the system utilising selected users. This type of closed pilot follows international best practice for the introduction of a new public transport ticketing system” Mr Ritchie says, “We support HOP as an attractive proposition to the traveling public, moving away from our current paper tickets to a smart card which can be used on bus, train and ferries with the benefit of a discount. We believe this card will continue to be a winner with the public and are very pleased to be part of the programme that will assist us in continuing the excellent rise in Public Transport use we are seeing this year”.
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Domain designation approved for the new Parnell Train Station

The Auckland Council has approved an extension of a railway designation into the Auckland Domain to allow a lowering of tracks for electrification and the construction of a Parnell rail station. Auckland Domain rail corridor designation committee chairman Sandra Coney said the decision was a major step toward in improving access & unleashing the tourism potential of historic Parnell, the Domain & the Auckland War Memorial Museum. “The Domain has been ring-fenced by the preference for roads, which have severed it from easy access. The station project, with its new connections to the Domain, Parnell & the cbd will kickstart the revitalisation &d restoration of the valley.” The Auckland Transport application for the extension covers a 538m strip of land alongside the existing rail line, covering 2954m². A decision to grant landowner approval of the designation was necessary to allow track-lowering works to start before Christmas. Work on the station, based on the historic Newmarket rail station, will start at Christmas 2012. Further agreements between the council, Auckland Transport & NZ Railways Corp have to be settled regarding the construction & operation of the railway station.

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Old December 16th, 2011, 04:28 AM   #128
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Auckland Transport and Fullers trial extra ferry sailings

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Auckland Transport and Fullers Group Limited announced a new timetable trial with increased ferry sailings to and from Birkenhead, Northcote Point, Bayswater and Half Moon Bay on weekends. The trial will run from 17 December 2011 until 26 February 2012 and has been developed as a result of feedback from residents in these areas stating there was a demand for increased services during the weekends. The new timetable will see sailings spread throughout the day, and later in the evening on Saturdays.

Both Fullers Group Limited and Auckland Transport encourage residents to take advantage of the improved timetable over the summer sailing indicating that high patronage may see the timetable extended. Customer feedback can be directed through Fullers Ferries website. For timetable information please visit www.fullers.co.nz or www.maxx.co.nz. Auckland Transport is a Council Controlled Organisation (CCO) of Auckland Council. It is responsible for all of the region’s transport services (excluding state highways) - from roads and footpaths, to cycling, parking and public transport.

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To design, build and maintain Auckland’s roads, ferry wharves, cycleways and walkways.

Co-ordinate road safety and community transport initiatives such as school travel

Plan and fund bus, train and ferry services across Auckland.

For more information go to www.aucklandtransport.govt.nz.
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Old January 13th, 2012, 04:04 AM   #129
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Ferry Numbers Double

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Patronage on ferry services has doubled thanks to increased sailings. Auckland Transport and Fullers are trialling extra ferry services to and from Birkenhead, Northcote Point and Bayswater. Auckland Transport manager public transport operations Mark Lambert says passenger numbers since the beginning of the trial on December 17 have doubled compared to the same weekends the previous year. ”Feedback from customers has been positive with most comments being about how the improved timetable gives people more options for travel into Auckland central,” Mr Lambert says. ”Some passengers have been asking about an even later sailing to the North Shore,” he says. Mr Lambert says the best patronage was over Christmas weekend. There were around 600 passenger trips on both Boxing Day and the day after. Ferry users have been encouraged to take advantage of the 11-week trial in the hope of seeing the timetable extended. It runs until February 26 and was developed after residents asked for more services over the weekends. Mr Lambert says a detailed analysis is yet to be done and it’s too early to say whether the trial will be extended.
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Double Decker Buses To Be Trialled in Auckland

Double decker buses could soon be on the roads of Auckland. A number of bus operators want to trial double decker buses on the city’s busiest bus routes possibly starting later in the year. Among routes being looked at for the trial are the busy Dominion Road and the Northern Busway on the shore. Before any trial can begin issues such as the weight, height and width of the buses need to be addressed to ensure they meet national standards.. Possible routes will also have to be checked for access around power lines, shop verandas and bridges. David Warburton, Auckland Transport chief executive welcomes the move. “There is the potential to increase capacity by around 70 per cent on some of our busiest routes without putting extra buses on our already busy roads.”

And Mayor Len Brown also likes the idea. “Demand for public transport in Auckland is going through the roof. New infrastructure such as the City Rail Link is vital to unclog our roads. But at the same time innovative and forward thinking proposals like this from our bus operators are great ways of maximising our existing route system. I look forward to the trial.” The trial is just one of many improvements for users of public transport in Auckland. The frequency of services on the shoulder peak of the Northern Express has been increased to four minues to respond to existing demand and to future proof for the opening of the Albany Park and Ride extension in the middle of the year.

Mainline Howick and Eastern bus services from Howick/Botany through to the CBD via the Ellerslie Panmure Highway are being streamlined to provide a service at least every 15 minutes. In addition there will be bus service connections to the new Manukau Rail Station. Cash machines have been installed at Albany, Constellation, Smales Farm and Akoranga Busway Stations to make it easier for commuters. Plus a review is underway of all bus timetables against actual running information to improve the accuracy and reliability of all bus customer information.

And some good news for ferry passengers, the trial of extra weekend services between Downtown and Half Moon Bay, Bayswater, Birkenhead and Northcote Point has been extended to mid-April due to demand. Design work for Stanley Bay wharf improvements has been completed and agreed with ferry operator Fullers.
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First stage of Manukau Station opens soon




The first stage of Auckland’s newest train station and the first rail line since the 1930s will open in Manukau on 15 April. When passengers begin using the first stage of the Manukau Station development they will enter through a temporary station entrance to the completed platform areas in a rail trench below ground level. Construction will be continuing above ground on the second stage, a $95 million integrated transport hub and tertiary campus at the Manukau city centre site next to Hayman Park. When complete in 2013, the new station entrance will be on the ground floor of the Manukau Tertiary Centre. When this second stage opens it will have high quality facilities, including a ticket office, with easy connections between trains and buses leaving just outside the station entrance.

Auckland Transport and Auckland Council have partnered with Manukau Institute of Technology in the development. Kiwirail have built the 2km rail line from the Southern Line to Manukau city centre. Auckland Transport, train operator Veolia Transport and Kiwirail are working together on the start of new services to Manukau. For initial services Manukau Station will have three trains an hour in peak times and one train an hour at other times. Buses from Botany, Flat Bush and Redoubt Rd will be extended to Manukau Station, providing a connection between buses and trains. Further bus services will be extended to the station next year, with it expected to eventually become the main bus hub for south Auckland.

In the future, about 600,000 passengers a year are expected to use the train station, a similar level to Newmarket, only Britomart will be busier. About 1.2 million people are expected to eventually use the bus station each year. Auckland Transport Public Transport Operations Manager Mark Lambert says passengers can expect a similar standard of station to New Lynn and Newmarket when the Manukau transport hub is fully complete next year. “What is opening soon is just the beginning of the station development and train services in preparation for the arrival of new electric trains. “Auckland Transport, Veolia and Kiwirail have agreed on a phased introduction of rail services to Manukau. We are continuing to review with Veolia the timetable to see what improvements can be made on other parts of the rail network.”

Veolia Transport Managing Director Graham Siberry says says “Everyone is delighted to be helping add a new branch line service and we will work hard to continue to deliver an excellent rail service and grow the network. It’s wonderful to see customers choosing rail in increasing numbers.” The Mayor says it is great news that trains will soon start running to Manukau city centre. “People can also look forward to a really high quality station building opening next year as part of the Manukau Tertiary Centre. “The Manukau Station and rail line is a classic example of the transport infrastructure that would be built from revenue generated from the Council’s Alternative Transport Funding Sources programme.

“Existing funding sources fall well short of what is required to provide the facilities and systems to move people and goods efficiently and in a co-ordinated manner by road, rail and sea in greater Auckland. At least $10-$15 billion of alternative funding is required to meet the transport needs of a rapidly growing population, estimated to be 2.5million in 2030.”
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Old March 21st, 2012, 07:51 AM   #132
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Auckland’s 70 million passenger journeys break patronage records

For the first time in decades public transport usage exceeded 70 million passenger journeys for the last 12 months. This is the first time Auckland public transport patronage has exceeded 70 million since the 1950’s. The new figures are included in Auckland Transport’s patronage report, released today. It reports a total overall increase in public transport passenger numbers, 70,201,635 million in the 12 months, an increase of 9.6 per cent on last year.

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February monthly patronage was 5,967,878 an increase of 457,680 boardings or 8.3 per cent on February 2011.
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Rail 12-month patronage to February is 10,925,099 an increase of 1,702,059 boardings or 18.5 per cent.
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Northern Express bus service carried 2,270,667 passenger trips for the 12 months to February 2012 a growth of 15.4 per cent.
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All other buses carried 51,761,880 passenger trips for the 12 months to February 2012 a growth of 7.3 per cent.
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Ferry carried 5,243,989 passenger trips for the 12 months to February 2012 a growth of 12.9 per cent.

Auckland Transport Chief Executive Dr. David Warburton says the patronage figures show strong growth resulting from a full programme of projects and initiatives by Auckland Transport to deliver more quality public transport services to Aucklanders. “Work is already underway on the $180 million AMETI Panmure project which includes a new bridge for a future busway and major upgrades to Panmure Station. It will when completed halve the travel time for bus commuters between Botany and downtown. “Exciting news is the announcement of the opening of the first stage of the new Manukau Rail Station in April, the first rail line since the 1930’s,” says Dr. Warburton.

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A ferry timetable trial by Auckland Transport and Fullers has seen patronage increase overall by an average of 86 per cent
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Major improvements to signage, maps and bus stop numbers to help customers easily read and understand bus stop information when travelling around the city. It includes braille signs for visually impaired passengers
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The piloting phase for integrated ticketing (HOP). The pilot will begin in April and the full roll-out on all buses, trains and ferries is expected to be completed by the end of the year.
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Improvements to public transport information, including new smartphone applications and real time travel information.
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New timetable for buses along Ellerslie-Panmure Highway to the city, with buses every 15 minutes seven days a week.
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Construction of a depot at Wiri for the 57 Electric Multiple Unit (EMU) trains arriving in Auckland between 2013 and 2016, while work on the design and fit-out of the new trains continues. Work also continues to prepare for electrification of the rail network.
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Track work for a planned Parnell Station and major upgrades at Mt Albert, Ellerslie and Papakura stations.
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A major extension of the Albany Park and Ride facility
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Ferry infrastructure developments at Birkenhead, Downtown, Stanley Bay, Bayswater, Half Moon Bay and Hobsonville and new ferry service between Hobsonville and Downtown.

Mayor Len Brown says “70 million trips on public transport are 70 million fewer trips taken by car. That means our roads are less congested. We need to get on with fixing our public transport system to keep up with Auckland's growth. The Mayor said the Council’s Alternative Transport Funding Sources project was critical to provide modern, first-class public transport facilities and operations to cater for future population and economic growth and the continued increase in passenger transport as demonstrated in the latest figures.

“We need to rapidly make up for the chronic under-investment in transport infrastructure and facilities that has dogged the region for decades, if we are to provide a world-class passenger transport network to cater for passenger transport growth,” he said. Existing funding sources fall well short of what is required to provide the facilities and systems to move people and goods efficiently and in a co-ordinated manner by road, rail and sea in greater Auckland. At least $10-$15 billion of alternative funding is required to meet the transport needs of a rapidly growing population, estimated to be 2.5 million in 2030.
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Old March 21st, 2012, 02:33 PM   #133
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Another stupid thing about HOP on top of everything else is that it doesnt show your remaining credit in your card, instead it says in a stupid voice 'please remember to check your balance' or something when you check out.
Sorry jumping in late here! This is simply not true. The HOP readers do (and have since day one) show your live balance on screen when it drops below $12. I believe they don't display balances above $12 for security reasons. This information is pretty readily available.

There is also nothing 'magnetic' about the cards. They are contactless RFID.

My card almost always reads in about a second or less. The only reason it takes longer is if you're not holding it flat and still against the reader (which I do through my wallet).
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Old March 21st, 2012, 10:54 PM   #134
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When is Auckland going to install a light metro?
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Old March 22nd, 2012, 05:08 AM   #135
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Are you referring to the City Rail Link ? This could be a few years away - if it happens
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Are you referring to the City Rail Link ? This could be a few years away - if it happens
The City Rail Link is an extension of the commuter heavy rail system, very different from light metro. There's no official plans to introduce light metro to Auckland but there's an interesting thread here with some ideas on how a light metro system might complement the existing heavy rail system.
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Old June 22nd, 2012, 12:25 PM   #137
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Looking at some of these comments about how long it takes to get on a bus and how Aucklands public transport is shit. LOL. none of you have obviously been to Sydney. takes nearly 5 minutes to get on a bus + find a seat then it takes like 2-3 hrs to travel 20kms to the city. then theres a our rail please our rail network is CRAP! in some parts of sydney its not that bad but if you live in the inner west, western or nothern suburbs of Sydney its terrible. atleast Auckland has good plans to upgrade railway stations and put new trains on the lines + the bus services are ok as well. yeah sydney might be alot bigger (4.7 million) i can tell you now Auckland has better future planning and at the moment believe it or not better transport even the Motorways are better.
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Old June 22nd, 2012, 02:02 PM   #138
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Looking at some of these comments about how long it takes to get on a bus and how Aucklands public transport is shit. LOL. none of you have obviously been to Sydney. takes nearly 5 minutes to get on a bus + find a seat then it takes like 2-3 hrs to travel 20kms to the city. then theres a our rail please our rail network is CRAP! in some parts of sydney its not that bad but if you live in the inner west, western or nothern suburbs of Sydney its terrible. atleast Auckland has good plans to upgrade railway stations and put new trains on the lines + the bus services are ok as well. yeah sydney might be alot bigger (4.7 million) i can tell you now Auckland has better future planning and at the moment believe it or not better transport even the Motorways are better.
#1. Apples with apples, please. Sydney sprawls like there is no tomorrow and stretches a lot further than Auckland. Sydney's 4.62 million puts it at over 3 million people larger than Auckland, so really size comparisons mean that you can't begin to look at the cities in terms of distance to travel or time it takes.

#2. As far as the train system goes in Sydney since you brought it up, Cityrail actually frequently posts >92% on-time running and over 99% service delivery across the system. As posted on a respected Auckland Transport Blog, the rail system punctuality doesn't currently measure up with 81.4% punctuality and 98.3% service delivery. CityRail, despite its flaws, is actually not half as bad as the whingers would have you believe. It does function pretty well for what it is. Auckland is investing in new stations and facilities, however, the stations except for a notable few are unmanned and don't have facilities. They have been put together nicely indeed (and are kept up pretty well), but the stations are just platforms, nothing more. I won't touch the issue on frequency of services as it isn't comparable between a large city like Sydney and a smaller city like Auckland and so is pointless for this discussion.

#3. I would agree with you about the road system in Auckland. Not only is it toll free except for the northern section (there is an alternative route through Orewa). It is also of a high standard and well maintained.

#4. The bus system in Auckland is a confusing mesh of operators with different ticketing systems (soon to be rectified) and overlapping and competing routes that are mostly not planned by Auckland City, more that are run for profit by the private bus companies. This means that trunk routes can be served very well, but neighbourhoods can be left completely without bus services after 6pm. Frequency in suburbs is generally 30 minutes or more, but the inner city is being serviced well, now. Bus priority measures are few and far between and need to be addressed (and are being done so.

#5. About bus loadings - they were referring to the time it takes to register the smart card boarding, not how long it takes overall to load a bus.

#6. That said, if we were to compare Auckland to Adelaide (closer population size), well, I'd say Auckland has the edge on public transport by comparison. Auckland is upgrading its system whilst Adelaide seems to have wimped out on electrification and seems not as committed to improving services as Auckland. If we were to compare to Perth, I would say that Perth has the edge both on patronage and service, however, some parts of the Perth bus service are absolutely woeful and frequencies are beyond poor.

In summary, Auckland does have low patronage and generally a poor quality public transport network currently, but there are plans to improve it. If you want to do your own analysis of timetables and services in Auckland, take a look at the MAXX website as that will give you an impression of how the system measures up. You might also find the Auckland Transport Blog a very good read as they do extensive analysis of the network, comparisons overseas and they talk about the improvements to the network currently underway. There are plenty of nice things about Auckland, the public transport is not one of them, but private transport is well catered for.
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Auckland’s new trains are ‘slick, sleek and state of the art’


The mock-up which has just arrived from the manufacturers in Spain has a full driver’s cab and sections of the upper and lower seating areas of the passenger cabins. It weighs 8 tonnes, is 12.5 metres long, 3 metres wide and 4 metres high. The mock-up will allow representatives of the drivers, train managers, and passengers to experience and test the layout, features and equipment intended for the new trains and identify any refinements to the design. Interest groups such as Plunket and Grey Power will also get a chance to test the mock-up train and give their feedback to Auckland Transport. Mayor Len Brown says “This is another milestone as we create a 21st century rail network for Auckland. Without electric trains, the network cannot reach its potential. Without electric trains, vital projects like the City Rail Link are not possible. Without electric trains, we will not be able to cope with the extra demand we are already seeing.

“What I’m now looking forward to is seeing the first of the new trains on our tracks and riding these trains on a regular basis. They will be a huge advance on the second hand trains Aucklanders have had to put up with for years, and judging by what we are unveiling today, they will be spectacular,” says Mr Brown. Auckland Transport Chairman Mark Ford, says, “Some months ago we received a mock-up of the driver’s cabin. This was used to help refine the design and was incredibly well received by drivers, the unions and so on. With their advice and input we were able to make modifications to improve the operational effectiveness of the cabin and that is exactly what this mock-up will also be used for. “Ensuring passengers are comfortable, well informed and safe is a key objective in the design,” says Mr Ford. In October last year, Auckland Transport signed a contract with Spanish manufacturer, Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles SA (CAF) to purchase 57 three car Electric Multiple Units (EMUs) for the Auckland metropolitan rail network.

The trains will incorporate the latest technology in terms of safety, accessibility and modern amenities like on-board Wi-Fi networks. They are comfortable, quiet, environmentally friendly and attractive. Each train will be able to carry approximately 375 passengers, around 100 more than are currently carried on Auckland’s trains. The new EMUs will be owned by Auckland Transport and will start arriving at the end of next year. They will replace the diesel units and diesel locomotive hauled trains currently providing passenger services to commuters in the city. CAF is designing the new trains based on the rolling stock that it supplied for the Heathrow Express. Its trains are run in cities such as Hong Kong, New Delhi, London, Rome, Dublin, Brussels, Amsterdam, Helsinki, Lisbon, Mexico, Sao Paulo, Santiago de Chile, Buenos Aires, Washington, Pittsburgh and Sacramento.
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